Small Gift From The Past
- roges (8705)
- [2009-12-18 16:50]
Nice gift. A wonderful composition with some details and superb colors. Very good and the description provided.
Have a nice evening,
- shaukatmi (10141)
- [2009-12-18 21:11]
Hi, Werner. Nice capture of this beautiful gift from a interesting angle with good depth of field, colors and sharpness. I like the composition. Cheers and TFS.
- solrac (9012)
- [2009-12-19 0:57]
Buen encudre y documento de este museo y sus viejos muebles y colorida alfombra bella mesita y juego de te
Buen fin de semana
- mushtaqhussain (13921)
- [2009-12-19 1:44]
Hi Werner ,
wonderful sharpness and details of the texture in your frame,
good POV covering the gift to 150 year old carpet with good focus,
superb vivid colors and a good presentation with the theme,
good use of avoidable shot and a nice indoor presentation.
- nicou (50772)
- [2009-12-19 3:30]
quel canapé, très orignal comme tu l'as cadré avec cette couverture et ces beaux dessins, superbe détail et image.
Bravo et amitié
- gcifromsocal (2406)
- [2009-12-19 6:37]
Hi Werner - Nice interior composition. Good DOF and colors.
Have a good day,
- Tanjicka (4207)
- [2009-12-19 8:33]
Excellent photo and composition with this beautiful old interior.
Great POV and sharpness.
Best regards and have a nice weekend,
Wow, now that is a NICE shot, Werner. The detail is just awesome. Fabulous lighting, lovely color, well composed and cropped and I especially like all the patterns and textures. REALLY well done! Many thanks and wishing you and yours a lovely holiday season,
Excellent sharpness and details Great natural colours I think I might have been temoted to clone out the black line on the fireplace and crop the left side a little I have prepared a ws to show what I mean (a little nit picking so i hope you dont mind) Nice work
- walk33a (2015)
- [2009-12-23 16:43]
I do not know how I missed this. I'm so sorry!
Wrapping paper may have been like the first Ford color option...any color you want as long as it's black.
This is a very nice photo of a time past. I love that afghan, at least that's what I call it. I bet they spend a lot of money preserving all of this. I'm actually surprised they let you take a camera on the tour. ...did you sneak it?